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Jasem Mutlaq
12/07/01 8:17pm

Hello, is it possible to obtain an indifinte integral of an interpolated function?

Basically, I have data points that represent velocity, I was able to get a pretty good interpolated function for the data points. I wanted then to intergate the interpolated function but failed.

I have Mathematica 4.1, I used. Vcr is my interpolated function.

Di[x_] = Integrate[Vcr[x],x]

Set::write: Tag InterpolatingFunction in \
InterpolatingFunction[{{0.,0.95}},<>][x][x_] is Protected.
Out[124]=
x InterpolatingFunction[{{0.,0.95}},<>]

Any suggestions are highly appreciated!

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Integrating an interpolation function. Jasem Mutlaq 12/07/01 8:17pm
Re: Integrating an interpolation function. John Barber 12/08/01 11:04am
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